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#LOOKCLOSER CAMPAIGN Now live! #LookCloser encourages fans to reveal riddles & clues planted in the film’s promo materials, under the guise that The Eye (the film’s magical secret society) has put them there to test & recruit new members. For […]
Pieter Schlosser is a versatile composer who has created scores for the retro fact-based drama “Astronaut Wives” and the heightened comic surreal “You, Me, and the Apocalypse.” His multi-cultural outlook is based in part on his heritage, born in Guatemala, […]
Emma Watson and Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey”) star in Disney’s live action “Beauty and the Beast,” coming in 2017. Here’s a peek.
One of the films I am most looking forward to this summer is “Don’t Think Twice,” Mike Birbiglia’s film set in the world of improv comedy, with a sensational cast that includes Keegan-Michael Key and Kate Micucci.
TCM and Bonhams are conducting a sale of Disney animation treasures from the collection of Ted and Dawn Hopkins. It features cels from classics like “Fantasia,” “Snow White,” and “Pinocchio.” This is a chance to own a piece of movie […]
I often say that the single most popular theme in movies is two characters who don’t like each other at first but develop a grudging respect and often a deep affection. Sometimes it’s even a romance, as in “Pride and […]
You can win a “Now You See Me 2” prize package that can only be described as magical! Blu-Ray DVD copy of the original Now You See Me, plus a t-shirt, deck of cards, hat, a pass for two to […]
Join me May 22, 2016 4:00 at DC’s Hill Center for the original “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” It’s free! It’s been called the most frightening film ever made. That’s because there is no razor-toothed monster, giant bug-eyed alien or […]
Ira Sachs is one of my favorite filmmakers, and I can’t wait to see his new movie, “Little Men.”